Progress through the Language Direct Peer Tutoring Program.
Experience the world through the Fulbright program.
Emerge through less commonly taught languages and languages for a specific purpose.
PROGRESS through the Language Direct Peer Tutoring Program.
ENHANCE teaching and learning with and through technology.
GROW through professional development workshops, lectures, and grant opportunities.
EXPERIENCE the world through the Fulbright program.
EMERGE through less commonly taught languages and languages for a specific purpose.


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CALICO 2015 Monograph co-edited by Ed Dixon and Michael Thomas

Researching Language Learner Interactions Online: From Social Media to MOOCs. Also featured is a review by Elena Martín-Monje.

Penn Language Group for Global Professional Communication

Formerly known as the Business Languages Group, PLGGPC just launched a new website.

Williams 440 Repurposed

Williams 440 has recently been modified to serve as a communicative and collaborative space.

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12/10 Symposium: Save the Date!

Save the date for Saturday, December 10th! Co-sponsored by Penn GSE, the theme of this year's symposium is "Intercultural Competence in Language Education." 

11/11 Grants Workshop

The 2017 cycle for SAS Language Teaching Innovation Grants is now open. Deadline to apply is January 6, 2017.

10/14 Festival of International Students

Celebrate the diverse cultures and talents that international college students and scholars bring to the city of Philadelphia!